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QA Wizard Pro 2007, NetAdvantage for WPF 2007

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QA Wizard Pro 2007
Seapine Software has just released QA Wizard Pro 2007, an all new version of its automated software testing tool. This is a complete rewrite of its predecessor product, QA Wizard 4. Version 2007includes new features such as a global application repository for ease-of-maintenance, support for remotely running scripts, script editing in both grid view and text view, and support for both Windows Vista and Internet Explorer 7. QA Wizard Pro 2007 is one tool in Seapine Software's suite of software application lifecycle management solutions. Other tools in the suite include Surround SCM for software configuration management and version control, TestTrack Pro for defect and issue tracking, and TestTrack TCM for test case management. Seapine's tools enable developers to; provide real-time, secure access to source code files and issues while enabling parallel development, facilitating team communication, managing processes and tools used to create repeatable builds, and ensuring configuration changes are tracked. All of Seapine's ALM products generate customizable management reports, and enable compliance with internal and external management controls. Seapine's ALM tools are available both as individual solutions and integrated suites such as Seapine CM for complete change management, TestTrack Studio for software test planning and tracking, and Seapine SQA for end-to-end quality assurance. QA Wizard Pro 2007 will be shipped to all existing QA Wizard customers under maintenance as a part of their software support contract. Contact Seapine Software for licensing options.
Seapine Software
Phone: 513-754-1655

NetAdvantage for WPF 2007 Volume 1
Infragistics is shipping NetAdvantage for WPF 2007 Volume 1, a toolset that extends the capabilities of the Microsoft Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) platform by providing editable DataGrid style controls for developers. NetAdvantage for WPF includes the xamDataGrid a presentation control that supports many traditional grid UI features such as inline data editing, hierarchical data display, and sorting and grouping of data. In addition to xamDataGrid, the xamDataPresenter controls gives developers tools such as xamCarouselPanel controls which provides the base Layout functionality; xam-CarouselListBox that merges the xamCarousel-Panel with a traditional bound items list, allowing users to bind a flat list of data items to a control which leverages the layout capabilities of the xamCarouselPanel to position each item in the list; and xamDataCarousel that builds on the concepts of the xamCarouselListBox by offering a variety of enhancements including hierarchical data display, sorting, and grouping of data. Special introductory pricing; $395.00 and $895.00 with priority support included (normally priced at $795 and $1290). Pricing incentives will expire upon the release of Volume 2. Current subscribers of Infragistics NetAdvantage products will receive free keys for NetAdvantage for WPF at no additional cost. Additionally, for a limited time, MSDN Subscribers can receive a free downloadable WPF xamDataGrid with one year free online product support.
Phone: 609-448-2000; in Europe, the Middle East, or Africa (EMEA) +44 (0) 20 8387 1474; in Japan +81-3-5474-8040.

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